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Good Morning Mr Magpie Tab

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Morning m'lord

Tabbed by Filip Nilenius


This is a summary of Morning m'lord.

Thom's guitar:

Tuning    (D A d g h e)

Intro:

D1 (0 9 x 7 x x)    |
C# (0 7 x 5 x x)    |
A# (0 5 x 3 x x)    |
D2 (0 10 x 9 x x)   |
D1 (0 9 x 7 x x)    |
D3 (0 0 0 7 x x)    V

Verse:
The first "You know you should, but you don´t":

Alternate between: Am (x 0 2 2 1 0) , Am7sus4(0 0 2 2 3 3)
End whit G(5 x 0 4 x x)

The second "You know you should, but you don´t":

D# (1 x 1 0 x x)  |
F# (4 x 4 3 x x)  |  
D3 (0 x 4 2 x x)  |
Am (x 0 2 2 1 0)  V

The second "You´ve got some nerve coming here":

D5 (4 x 0 2 3 x)  |
D6 (0 x 0 2 3 x)  |
Am (x 0 2 2 1 x)  V

Then play the intro part.

Havn´t figured out the "Good morning mr. magpie...." part get, but be patient.
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anotherbassist wrote on February 26 2011, 04:06 am

i think you mean b instead of h in your tuning

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Austindicola wrote on July 10 2011, 02:36 pm

@anotherbassist: He might be German, and in Germany I believe they use H to represent the note that we call B

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